Sep 26, 2010 10:00am EDT
denies. in the united states, in the state of virginia, t this woman, teresa lewis, who has been executed by lethal injection. s she pled guilty to hiring two men to kill her husband and stepson. some say she's mentally impaired, but the supreme court allowed her execution to continue. so again, whatever your views on the death penalty, you can see that these are different cases. while we're discussing this topic, listen to my guest from last week as he describes stoning. >> the men are buried to the waist in order to have a chance to escape. the women have no chance. there's a group of men that gather around them and stone them with stones -- not too big in order that the suffering last as much as possible. and not too small in order ton kill. and the target is to transform the face of the woman into a pulp. >> let's go back to president ahmadinejad's original plan. he said there was much more coverage worldwide of the zakena case than the lewis case. he's ready. a search last month showed six times as many articles on the stoning case in iran than the lethal injection case in virginia.